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Old 01-09-2016, 10:25 AM
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Old 01-14-2016, 09:42 AM
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I'm so ready for this series! Let's go Cali! This is what we've been needing for a minute!
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can't wait. This is gonna be sweet.
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Old 01-14-2016, 02:49 PM
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This will be a good one!!
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Old 01-19-2016, 04:10 PM
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42 DAYS til Race 1


Chairs and tables will be provided at the Building 1 location.

Please bring your own power strip and extension cords.

Lighting will also be improved over the track for better visibility.

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Just so there is no confusion for the rules in F1 on our racing format here is the link to review. http://uf1rc.com/rules-and-regulations/

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+1 on better lighting. It's not to bad but there are some missing bulbs that are soon to get replaced. There may be a reduction of white painted bodies!
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+1 on better lighting. It's not to bad but there are some missing bulbs that are soon to get replaced. There may be a reduction of white painted bodies!
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Can't wait for the series to start already. Competition is going to be good!!!
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Originally Posted by Lex Tyler View Post
Just so there is no confusion for the rules in F1 on our racing format here is the link to review. http://uf1rc.com/rules-and-regulations/

Let's all have fun and race!!!
Food for thought if / when you plan to try to expand to So Cal or hope to get So Cal F1 racers to come up. I see on the flyer it says ROAR (so assuming you have to be a ROAR member for the series?) but you are using UF1 rules for F1 (21.5 motor). ROAR has gone to 25.5 motors / 12.3 rotors for F1 this year. The main track for F1 in So Cal is TQ racing and TQ, the So Cal RC Scale Series and Tamiya have all gone to 25.5 motors. Just something to think about for the future.....

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Kevin, these rules are based loosely on UF1. 21.5 is the motor F1 runs up north at all tracks. I can't talk for this series, but it's doubtful it will change this season if they want locals to show. We have a big F1 following and all have agreed until there is more available motor options, everyone's agreed to stay with 21.5 as the standard. Anyone can run a 25.5 if they want.
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Food for thought if / when you plan to try to expand to So Cal or hope to get So Cal F1 racers to come up. I see on the flyer it says ROAR (so assuming you have to be a ROAR member for the series?) but you are using UF1 rules for F1 (21.5 motor). ROAR has gone to 25.5 motors / 12.3 rotors for F1 this year. The main track for F1 in So Cal is TQ racing and TQ, the So Cal RC Scale Series and Tamiya have all gone to 25.5 motors. Just something to think about for the future.....

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Except no one really has a ROAR approved 25.5 motor at the moment?

F1 is alive and one of our biggest and most competitive class up here in norcal. We don't have low turnouts like socal has experienced so why change the rules. Don't fix it if it ain't broke.
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Oops, replied a bit late. Yeah, what he said.
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Round 1 at 209 Raceway coming up fast. Only a few weeks away.
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Originally Posted by Kevin CBR View Post
Food for thought if / when you plan to try to expand to So Cal or hope to get So Cal F1 racers to come up. I see on the flyer it says ROAR (so assuming you have to be a ROAR member for the series?) but you are using UF1 rules for F1 (21.5 motor). ROAR has gone to 25.5 motors / 12.3 rotors for F1 this year. The main track for F1 in So Cal is TQ racing and TQ, the So Cal RC Scale Series and Tamiya have all gone to 25.5 motors. Just something to think about for the future.....

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please show me the ROAR rules for 190mm rubber F1........
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